Thursday, September 28, 2006
Holly Springs Choir participates in Northwest conferece
The Holly Springs High School Chorus participated in the Northwest Community College Honors Choir Conference on Friday, Sept. 8 and Saturday, Sept. 9. They learned and performed various songs such as: “Fill-a Me Up,” “Psalms 100,” “Children’s Letters to God,” “Wie Melodien Zieht Es Mir,” and “Alleluia.”
The chorus performed with other schools throughout the district. Members who attended this extraordinary conference are as follows: De’Era Raimey, Racheal McNeal, Alicia Crane, Amber Anderson, Lakenya DeBerry, Ashely Isom, Tartakanesia McKinney, Whitley Jefferson, Skye Isom, Roleshia Roach, Quinton Faulkner, Kenton Taylor, Cardell Bowens, Alicia Stanford and LaTonya Wilkins.
They felt that this experience broadened their choral horizons. The choir members would also like to thank their choir director, Barbara Anderson, for allowing them to attend the conference.
Rustite leads Negro Journal Review
Alice M. Scales, Ph.D., a 1963 graduate of Rust College, is the new editor-in-chief of the Negro Educational Review (NER). Scales, a professor of education at the University of Pittsburgh, is the first woman and only the fifth editor-in-chief to lead the international referred, scholarly, professional quarterly journal.
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